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Kenny Schachter has an art advisory role at Generation Three Family Partners. He has curated contemporary art exhibitions for over twenty years and taught graduate-level art history at NYU's New School for Social Research. He has lectured internationally, been the recipient of a Rockefeller grant, contributed to art books published by Springer and MIT Press, and secured permission to erect Zaha Hadid's first building in the UK on London's Hoxton Square. He deals in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art and design, and has exhibited his own artworks internationally.
My jittery neighbour had been at parties, after-parties, and an after-after-party rave. And then kind of overdosed on MDMA, the driving force in Ecstasy
Matisse catapulted copying from ancient to appropriation
At a grand a pop (what you agreed to pay the winner of your contest), you are well in the territory to buy some great, meaningful A.R.T. in its own right
I’d guess it's something way more primal
'The shiny art selling for tens of millions of dollars is so dumb, and the caricatures who would emulate its success are so debased...'
Records fell faster than stock shares, and that was no easy feat
After months waiting, news of the work arrived: a painting I had been offered no less than four times before
It’s only a matter of time before the resilient art world picks itself up and gets on with the show, absorbing the tragic loss of art works
Does it really matter if the art wasn’t what it purported to be?
Like the stock market, in a (rapidly) rising art market, the good, bad and ugly also rise in unison
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